Sonia Nazario, Pulitzer-Prize winning author of Enrique's Journey, will present a public lecture on immigration policy in the U.S. during a multi-day campus visit.
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Art by students of IAS associate professor Beverly Naidus is on display through June 12 in the UW School of Social Work's first-floor gallery. The exhibit is entitled "Job Fair?" and was created as part of the "Labor, Globalization and Art" course.
The Puyallup Tribe of Indians and UW Tacoma are launching a pathbreaking collaboration that aims to infuse Native American ways of knowing into teaching, learning and research.
Recent publications by UW Tacoma researchers cover topics ranging from artificial intelligence to elephant natural history to social media in western Europe.
UW Tacoma alumnus and Destiny City Comics owner Michael Fitzgerald discusses the exciting challenges of going from student to entrepreneur in a few short months.
CAC faculty and American Studies Professor, Dr. Ingrid Walker, was recently interviewed by MAIS student Gabriel D. Roberts for the online publication, Reality Sandwich.
Lizeth Garcia, a 2013 politics, philosophy and economics alumna, has been named by the U.S. Department of State an alternate for the 2015 Fulbright Program.